The linked pages include a variety of resources for learning about chemistry, the study of matter.
Browse a photo gallery of experiments and familiarize yourself with glassware and tools in the chemistry laboratory.
Become familiar with important ions by studying the system for naming ionic compounds.
Learn about and perform calculations related to masses and amounts of substances.
Discover early atomic theories and the modern quantum mechanical theory of the atom.
Learn about the behavior of aqueous solutions, which include water as the solvent.
Learn the definitions and behavior of acids and bases and how to quantify their effects on aqueous solutions.
Learn about the study of the speed of chemical reactions, and how mechanistic models are used to generate predictions of reaction speed.
Explore the applications of spectroscopy in the visible region, including atomic emission spectroscopy.
Learn how molecular orbital theory describes the positions and energies (stability) of electrons in molecules. Construct, explore, and interpret calculated molecular orbitals.
Learn about oxidation and reduction ("redox") reactions, which power batteries and Galvanic cells. Explore how to drive redox reactions using electricity.
Explore the magnetic properties of compounds and their origins in electronic spins.
Explore the study of carbon-containing compounds.
Examine three-dimensional crystal structures of proteins from the Protein Data Bank to learn about the structures and properties of proteins.